What is frogs buccal cavity?


his oral cavity, i.e. mouth.
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( ′bək·əl ¦kav·əd·ē ) (anatomy) The space anterior to the teeth and gums in the mouths of all vertebrates having lips and cheeks
Buccal cavity n. The portion of the oral cavity bounded by the lips, cheeks, and
buccal cavity: the cavity between the jaws and the cheeks
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